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New York City can limit art vendors in popular parks: appeals court

Reuters Tuesday, 20 August 2019
New York City rules limiting the number of art and book vendors in four popular Manhattan parks are constitutional, a state appeals court ruled on Tuesday, overturning an injunction against the rules.
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